Sermon Series
  • 1. What Is In Your Hand? (Part 1)

    Contributed on Apr 4, 2015
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    With a rod in Moses’s hand he was able to save the Israelites from Egypt. God has already given each one of us something in our hands. What are we doing with it? Our choice to use, misuse or abuse the thing in our hands will also reap the same consequence

    Opening illustration: My mother’s uncle was a soldier in WWII. He had served the British Army in the course of the colonization of India. During the war he was captured by the Germans and sent to the concentration camp. To India he became a MIA. His family was in shock and cried their life more

  • 2. What Is In Your Hand? (Part 2)

    Contributed on Apr 21, 2015
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    What will it really take for God to use what is in our hands? The Spirit of God wants be break all bondages in our life, empower us to use the unconventional, discarded and stuff that is given up for being useless. Finally our genuine thirst for God ...

    Opening illustration: In 1996, a young marine corporal named Joey Mora was standing on a platform of an aircraft carrier patrolling the Iranian Sea. Incredibly, he fell overboard. His absence was not known for 36 hours. A search and rescue mission began, but was given up after another 24 hours. No more

  • 3. What Is In Your Hand? (Part 3)

    Contributed on Apr 21, 2015
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    Can you see the situation more clearly from God's vantage point? Do you need to take courageous action in the face of insults and fearful circumstances? Do you trust that God will give you victory? Remember, God's opinion is the only one that matters.

    Opening illustration: In July 1947, the British Navy was confronted by a defiant but unarmed ship of Jewish refugees - Holocaust survivors - who were intent on emigrating to colonial Palestine. As Robert Mackey explains on the New York Times' Lede Blog, the Brits responded to the incursion of the more

  • 4. What Is In Your Hand? (Part 4)

    Contributed on May 12, 2015
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    You might have something in your hand which is insignificant to the world. Do you still want to hold on to it or let it become a blessing for others? How can you really impact with what is placed in your hand?

    Opening illustration: In the Wizard of Oz … as the narrative winds down, every step of the way down the yellow brick road, Dorothy grows larger and larger, while the seemingly powerful adults around her grow smaller and smaller. Finally, the curtain falls away and she learns what all children more

  • 5. What Is In Your Hand? (Part 5)

    Contributed on May 12, 2015
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    Do we let earthly value supersede godly worth? Even if it is something negative in us which can come out as a glory to God. Are we willing to lose all that God has placed in our lives for His glory? What do we do with what has been placed in our hands?

    Opening illustration: A young girl of about 5-6 years old taught me how to worship God. The down side of her was that she had ‘downs syndrome’ which eventually became her strength. Who could ever think that she would become a model who would even teach the mature in Christ to worship more

  • 6. What Is In Your Hand? (Part 6)

    Contributed on May 12, 2015
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    If the opportunity is the result of another’s disobedience, allow your obedience to take you to another level in Him! Remember that your obedience is connected to so many other people’s destinies! Prepare yourself to come into The King’s presence.

    Opening illustration: [YOUTUBE Video of Golda Meir – 4th Prime Minister of Israel] Introduction: This was the day that Esther would either end up a hero or end up dead. Yeah. I’m pretty sure I would have been tempted to crawl back into bed, pull the covers over my head, and more

  • 7. What Is In Your Hand? (Part 7)

    Contributed on May 12, 2015
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    “What is in your hand” means whatever is in your care or control. “This question, 'What is in your hand?' is one of the most important question for growing Christians in their life. What you withhold and retain in your hand reveals what is in your heart.

    Opening illustration: There was once a wise woman who lived by herself near a small village. Rumor had it that she could always accurately predict when the rains would come, or help heal a sick child with herbs, or calm angry neighbors and help them to resolve their fights and arguments. People more